Tracks

Schedule: August

Presenters in this track at the Nexus Summit 2020 describe a number of interprofessional practice and education approaches in clinical settings, academic programs, and community-campus partnerships for improving prevention and care for at-risk people who seek opioids and other substances for self treatment of chronic pain. Sessions include: two seminars describing face-to-face, online and simulation IPE activities, and three lightning talk discussions. Some presentations describe how activities…
August
Oral health is more than just treatment, all health professionals and workers have an important role to play in disease prevention maintenance of good oral health. Presenters in the Interprofessional Oral Health Track represent a range of health professions that are working to promote and improve oral health to support overall health of individuals and populations. The Interprofessional Oral Health Track sessions at the Nexus Summit 2020 explore a number of issues and approaches linking oral…
August
Online and virtual learning using a variety of formats has long been used in interprofessional practice and education to transcend time and space, and other well-known barriers of interprofessional work. By necessity, the COVID-19 pandemic created an unforeseen urgency to convert all education, not just interprofessional education, to distance learning and most health care to telehealth. This profound shift highlights the power and limitations of technology-facilitated education and practice.…
August
Track Leaders: Gerri Lamb, PhD, RN, FAAN and Keith A. Mays, PhD, DDS, MS   What does it mean to be an interprofessional leader?  The National Center challenges each of us to explore the answer to this question from multiple and diverse viewpoints in the Interprofessional Leadership and Mentoring Track at the Nexus Summit 2020 – and to use our dialogue to generate actionable ideas to prepare effective interprofessional leaders and mentors to accelerate the growth and impacts of…
August
Interprofessional Learning in Practice Track Track leaders: Blending of the Blues Team – Duke University & University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Interprofessional learning in the workplace occurs as part of everyday practice, involving formally or informally acquiring “on the job” knowledge and skills as well as interprofessional values in practice settings.  It is contrasted with learning knowledge and skills in classrooms and simulation centers and has been described as an “untapped…
August
Since 2018, the National Center has included “super” patients who have substantial experience with the United States health care system because of hereditary and chronic diseases.  Through their intense and long-term experiences as recipients of “care”, they are keen observers of what works and doesn’t work, how they have been engaged and respected (or not), whether their care is coordinated, and if their health professionals are truly a “team” – one that they are on.  In 2018 and…
August
The American Interprofessional Health Collaborative Student Engagement Committee is the host for the Student-Led and Engaged Track that features a variety of sessions showcasing the role of students in interprofessional activities, courses and experiential learning in community and practice settings. The track seminar, lightning talks and posters feature student organizations and structures, a student-run care conference, the impact of student teams on outcomes, and the design of a mobile…
August
Welcome to the Virtual Professional Poster Session in the Nexus Summit 2020!  Please note that each poster has three elements: Poster video presentation Poster PDF Comments section We encourage you to view the poster PDFs and video presentations as well as interact with poster presenters by clicking on the name of the poster, and adding a comment to the blue comments section at the bottom of each poster page. Poster presenters will be checking their comments sections frequently throughout…
August
Welcome to the Virtual Interprofessional Student Poster Session in the Nexus Summit 2020! Please note that each poster has three elements: Poster video presentation Poster PDF Comments section We encourage you to view the poster PDFs and video presentations and interact with poster presenters by clicking on the name of the poster, and adding a comment to the blue comments section at the bottom of each poster page. Poster presenters will be checking their comments sections frequently…
August
The American Interprofessional Health Collaborative Scholarship Committee has developed two seminars designed to support interprofessional collaborative scholarship.  The Part 1 course is an introduction to the fundamentals and the Part II course is designed for those looking for more advanced strategies. We encourage you to participate in these courses to learn more about interprofessional collaborative scholarship and get involved. 
August

Schedule: Fall

Faculty and preceptor development programs support educators and clinicians to teach, facilitate and evaluate interprofessional collaboration in the classroom and clinical practice settings.  This track contains examples of a number of strategies to develop these skills and to support career development  for those who are committed to the field of interprofessional practice and education.
Fall
Track Leaders: Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education Brooke Salzman, MD Co-Director, JCIPE Associate Professor, Geriatric Fellowship Program Director Department of Family & Community Medicine Sidney Kimmel Medical College Elena Umland, PharmD Co-Director, JCIPE Associate Provost, Interprofessional Practice & Education Associate Dean, Academic Affairs Professor of Pharmacy, Jefferson College of Pharmacy Shoshana Sicks, EdM Director of…
Fall
Taken together the presenters in the Interprofessional Curriculum-Simulations track will offer a wide variety of practical techniques and lessons learned in interprofessional simulations, including converting from face-to-face to online.  A wide variety of simulation formats and techniques will be featured in including,  interprofessional simulation debriefings to close performance gaps, virtual interprofessional team simulations, giving feedback, and transition of care simulation, a scoping…
Fall
A variety of assessment and evaluation approaches and methodologies to assess and measure interprofessional competencies and health outcomes are discussed in the assessment / evaluation track.  In addition, an introduction to informatics and big data approaches including the National Center IPE Core Data Set and Knowledge Generation seminars will be included.
Fall
Presenters in this track will focus on current thinking behind scholarship, research and theoretical underpinnings of interprofessional practice, education and collaboration.  Topics include:  interprofessional identity formation and the relationship with interprofessional clinical learning environments, stereotypes about professions, respect and understanding of professions other than ones own, bias, prejudice and culture.  Discussions will focus on the practical implications of these…
Fall
A seminar on the Health Professions Accreditors – National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education Guidance on Developing Quality Interprofessional Education for Health Professions will frame the Accreditation Considerations track.  Sessions will include how an academic health center is using the guidance for strategic planning, social mission criteria, and an example of multi-institutional collaboration for IPE.
Fall